Review: Moonlight on the Nantahala by Micheal Rivers

Moonlight on the NantahalaHis life began deep within the mountains of North Carolina. Edward Caulfield was a dedicated craftsman who appreciated the finer things in his life. As a young man he fell deeply in love and married a beautiful young woman he did not want to live without. Fate took her from him early in his marriage and he lived the rest of his life as a shrine to her. In the twilight of his years he met a troubled young woman and their relationship turned the tide for them both. In his efforts to help her, their lives were changed forever learning from each other. In a world filled with romance, deceit, and sorrow Edward left her a legacy fulfilled with the promise of finding, "The Perfect Rose."
I received this book to give an honest review.

This was actually a really good read. It did take me a while to get into it, as it seemed to start of really slow. But as the story progressed so did me getting into it. I am going to give this book 4 1/2 stars.
This story was very heartwarming, the characters were funny and well-written, the storyline even though it started off slow it was well-written and came together perfectly.
With that being said. Edward Caulfield is an elderly man who had this misfortune of losing his wife too soon. He has loved her more than anything and has kept their home even though he does not live there.
He then meets a young woman and they both share their stories of love and heartache, and they become good friends. Along the way they will share heart ache, laughter, and the most important thing friendship. Edward sees Lena as a daughter that he and Celia never had a chance to have.

The ending was just perfect for this story and really went well with the whole story overall. I will be keeping my eye on more from this author.

My Rating: 4 1/2 wine glasses

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